Court upholds dismissal of NY Law School grads’ suit

Students sought $200 million in damages for allegedly misleading job data

A court has just shot down an appeal from a group of law school graduates who sued their alma mater for allegedly misleading them about their post-graduation job prospects.

Nine New York Law School grads sued their former school in 2011, claiming it knowingly inflated job data, which gave them unrealistic job expectations. The $200 million suit sought class action status on behalf of all students who graduated from the school since 2009.

Ashley Post

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